Fantasy Flight Games Previews Legacy of Dragonholt

By Polar_Bear
In Fantasy
Oct 16th, 2017
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Legacy of Dragholt lets you adventure around the world of Terrinoth in new and exciting ways. The game is less of an experience where you’re looking to win or lose, and much more about trying to create a story within the world you explore around. But how all is that supposed to work? Well, that’s what we get a look at in this preview.

From the post:

Terrinoth is a world full of magic and mystery. Its deep forests and dark caverns beckon to adventurers, while the plots and political intrigues of the court promise danger and hidden secrets. Now, you have the opportunity to explore the realm like never before in Legacy of Dragonholt, a cooperative narrative adventure for one to six players. This standalone game set in the Runebound universe is not about winning or losing, but about creating a story. The world is yours to command and explore as you seek love, revenge, or answers to the mysteries lurking in the seemingly quiet village. Before you strap on your pack and set out for new adventures, take a closer look at the identity of a narrative adventure game, and what you can expect to find in the world of Legacy of Dragonholt!

You can pre-order Legacy of Dragonholt at your local retailer or online through our webstore today!

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  • Kaleb Eubank

    This looks neat. Reminds me of Agents of Smersh but more modular.

  • odinsgrandson

    “The game is less of an experience where you’re looking to win or lose, and much more about trying to create a story within the world you explore around.”

    When I read that, I was thinking “Polar Bear, you can just say RPG. We all know what you’re talking about.”

    But it looks like that’s not what we’re talking about. To be perfectly honest, I’m not sure what it is that we’re talking about,

    The description most reminds me of Once Upon a Time or The Adventures of Baron Munchousen.

    • Yeah. It’s sort of the conundrum that I came across as well when typing up the post. I was like, “it’s an RPG!… but not… but it is… but it’s not… but…” I mean, I have it tagged as an RPG, but only because I don’t have an “Other” tag.